Commissioner Elliston Greenslade confirmed that the police are open to the idea of establishing a gang unit as another strategy for youth intervention.
The Governor-General’s Youth Award (GGYA) has re-branded its program, launching a new look and announcing refreshed recruitment plans.
Public Works and Transport Minister the Hon. Neko C. Grant raised the awareness of road safety among young people during the 5th annual National Road Safety Youth Symposium on September 30.
Sadistic Bahamian serial killer Cordell Farrington was given four life sentences for the brutal murders of four little boys in Grand Bahama back in 2003.
Governor General Sir Arthur Foulkes and Lady Foulkes made an official visit to Mangrove Cay, Andros, last week. It was timed to coincide with the presentation ceremony for the “Crabs for Computers Initiative”.
With about a dozen events in place on the official calendar, the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture announced that National Youth month activities will begin on October 1, with the event “One Thousand Youth Call to Prayer.”
The families of the missing Grand Bahama boys feel cheated by the law and are speaking out against the lessening of the accused killer’s charges to manslaughter.
The U.S. Embassy in Nassau, Special Olympics-Bahamas and over 150 Special Olympic athletes, coaches, volunteers and supporters gathered to honour the founder of Special Olympics, Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
October has been announced as “National Youth Month” under the theme ‘Celebrating Youth … Get Involved (242)’